DIY Roundup: Tips for Musicians From Around the Web

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A roundup of recent blogger tips and techniques for musicians from around the web. Find out more about the tools of music fan engagement, advice from music industry entrepreneurs, and networking for musicians.

The Tools of Music Fan Engagement One of the best tools to use to engage with your fans is a blog. A blog is essentially a web log, an online journal where you can post entries and where your fans can leave comments.

The Tools of Music Fan Engagement [Part 2] Having an email newsletter might sound a little old school, but the reality is that it’s still proving to be the best way to keep in touch with your fans over the long term. So when it comes to fan engagement, having a newsletter should be high on your priority list of tools to use.

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30 Pieces of Advice From Music Industry Entrepreneurs 30 extraordinary people in the music industry give their most valuable words of advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.

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Local Networking for Musicians Networking is the best way to get ahead in “the biz.” It isn’t all about sending your music to Pitchfork and blogs to hope it gets some airplay in the corners of the internet. It’s about talking to the people who matter most in your town to help each other out and to build a core fan base you can build from.

See More About: Building a Better NetworkHow To Reach Out To Industry ExecsNetwork in Person, Not Just Online

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